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Las Vegas’ Car-nado set to unleash traffic hell upon Spaghetti Bowl

Car-nado will kick into high-gear Wednesday night, stirring up the perfect storm of long-term closures and traffic jams in downtown Las Vegas for the next four months. Commuters should map out alternate routes before 10 p.m., when ramps are set to close.
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Nevada Poll: Joe Heck, Catherine Cortez Masto Senate race too close to call

The race for Nevada’s open U.S. Senate seat between Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto and Republican Joe Heck is still deadlocked, according to a poll commissioned by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Bill Walters’ company sells water rights to Las Vegas developer for $2.4M

The Walters Group last month sold water rights to developer Discovery Land Co. for its new golf course in Summerlin.

Study finds poorly maintained Las Vegas roads take motorists for a $1,744 ride

Sitting on traffic-clogged roads, hurtling over potholes and crashing into other cars cost $1,744 annually for the average Las Vegas driver — a figure much lower compared to what motorists pay in Los Angeles, New York or Memphis, according to a study released Tuesday.

Missing money leads to theft charge against Las Vegas middle school teacher

A Leavitt Middle School band teacher was arrested last week after money raised for a school band trip went missing.

Las Vegas police investigating shooting death of woman found on street

Las Vegas police are investigating a homicide that occurred early Wednesday morning near Quartz Lane and View Drive.

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